Introduces the history and ideas of existential phenomenology and existential psychotherapy, and shows how therapeutic phenomena familiar to all therapists and counsellors can be understood from an existential viewpoint. This book also demonstrates how the existential approach opens up access to issues such as the difficulty of choice.
Existential Thought and Therapeutic Practice
SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Psychological theory & schools of thought
An Introduction to Existential Psychotherapy
Education & Reference